Popliteal Cyst

Bakers_cystPopliteal Cyst is the medical term for a condition known more commonly as a baker’s cyst. The Popliteal Cyst occurs due to repetitive stress, sudden impact or age related weakening of the synovial joint at the back of the knee.

To learn all about baker’s cysts (Popliteal Cyst) please click the link below.

>> Baker’s Cyst

The OSMO Patch together with adequate rest now provides an effective complementary way to support the relief of inflammation and pain associated with a Popliteal Cyst. What’s more the OSMO Patches are:

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Disclaimer: The information on this page is intended for individuals who have been medically diagnosed with a Popliteal cyst. If you suspect that you have Popliteal cyst then it is important to visit a qualified medical professional in order to rule out any other possible causes prior to considering any advice or treatment option.


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Hi Toky, Received the patches yesterday. Thanks to you from the old lady for whom I keep purchasing these patches from you. She says these patches are really working wonders on her leg. Best regards,

- Ash M., Ontario, Canada

Dear Sir or Madam: I purchased the OSMO patch several weeks ago and just started using them 4 days ago for my Bakers Cyst behind my knee.  I must admit I was very skeptical but I have noticed a change and less swelling in the area behind my knee.   Thank you

- Karen B, Illinois, United States

Thanks for the patches, it has worked a treat.  Good luck, great product. 

- Robyn C, Australia

Ok, I have an arthritic knee from playing American football and having an operation when I was 18. Going to a doctor to have it drained would cost me well over $220… I tried the OSMO Patch about a 1-2 years ago, thinking it may be a gimmick, and is was no gimmick because it works. The pressure on my knee is lessened by morning and I can move around a lot better. I’m health conscious, watch what I eat, go to the gym 3-4 times a week and of course I work. It is important to be open to alternatives to the traditional doctor visit and the “give me a pill” attitude that most of the public has because we, as individuals, have to realize that we, not someone else, are the most interested in our own health. Thank you!

- Mike M, Wisconsin, United States

Dear Toky, Some time ago I corresponded with you and was duly sent 10 patches to try for bursitis of the knee. As I am a Carmelite Nun, our life is dedicated to prayer so kneeling is rather important!!    I kept off the knee for a long time before trying the patches and found it […]

- Carmelite Sister (Sr), Carmelite Monastery, Christchurch, New Zealand

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